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  • Starr Gymnastics
    Dozens of veteran gymnasts serve as instructors in Starr Gymnastics’ three Ottawa-area facilities, where they favour instruction that emphasizes the most beneficial aspects of gymnastics: enjoyment, physical fitness, and socialization. Since only a small percentage of gymnastics athletes ever cartwheel their way to the competitive level, Starr Gymnastics' instructors teach proper balance-beam technique and safe tumbling skills without skimping on the fun, reminding their gleeful charges of gymnastics' inherent power to imbue agility and a foundational skill set easily applicable to turbo-kicking bad guys in dark alleys. Starr's high-spirited staff occasionally spices up the play by inviting pint-sized gymnasts to don costumes or by darkening the arena while pupils leap, flip, and bear glowing cuspids amid a sea of black lights. The gym's festive approach to youth fitness occupies vacationing students during school breaks with summer camps, and birthday celebrants frequently gather in colourful private rooms for party packages that include equipment access and a T-shirt for the guest of honour.
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    520 Lacolle Way
    Orleans, ON CA
  • Golden Moor
    Golden Moor replenishes weary bodies with all-natural products that combat health ailments with therapeutic mud culled from Outaouais's Golden Moor bog. The mud boasts hard-working humic acid, vitamins, and minerals that take turns mopping the floor in the 12,000-year-old mud pit. The Pine Bath serum coats bodies in a mixture of mud extract and pine needle essential oils. After dissolving in hot bath water, the serum sets to work relieving sore muscles and reducing joint inflammation from attempts to change light bulbs via pogo stick. The Natural Mask delivers a blend of peat mud and essential oils to mugs, helping along excessively oily or parched skin on its path to equilibrium.
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    38 Industrial Rd
    Casselman, ON CA
  • Top Mode Depot
    Top Mode Depot cloaks all ages in trendy togs and spruces domestic sanctuaries with aisles of home décor on its 20,000-square-foot sales floor. Slip on a knit tunic dress ($22.98) or implore the sidewalk to flirt back with a silvery sleek pair of sandals ($14.98). Pairs of men's casual jeans ($34.98–$39.98) remain obedient held up with belts ($16.98), and torsos flaunt popular trends in button-down plaid shirts ($24.98). Babies can wiggle toes into leather slippers with animal prints ($9.98), and middle-aged tykes can dream of fast cars and schoolwork in a set of soft pyjamas ($15.98). Top Mode Depot also seasons households with aromatic candles ($9.98 for a package of three), ornamental pillows ($15 for two), and more home-complementing accoutrements.
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    2747 Chamberland St.
    Rockland, ON CA
  • Home Hardware
    Home Hardware’s experienced design team assists craftspeople aiming to spruce up their dwellings with an abundance of household tools and appliances. Beauti-Tone Ceiling Perfect paint ($27.97) helps minimizes structural pocks and blemishes, and a six-piece Speedbor2000 bit set ($23.99) securely fastens door hinges or laminated expense reports to office walls. As a Kuraidori stainless steel saucepan ($49.97) aids kitchen savants with measurement marks, an entrance gripset ($99.99) fashioned from antique nickel helps customers enter bathrooms or bedrooms with remarkable ease. Patrons can fight off homestead chilliness with an electric ceramic heater ($29.99) equipped with an adjustable thermostat and myriad safety features or a pine-mountain crackle log ($21.99) whose patent clean-burn technology sparks flames for up to three hours, the exact time it takes to burn a history textbook.
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    8 Racine Street
    Casselman, ON CA
  • Budd Gardens Ltd.
    Perhaps Budd Gardens Ltd.? story begins back in the fields of Ukraine, when a young Peter Bodnaryk lost his father to a lightning strike, leaving him an orphan to be raised by his village. Or perhaps the story begins when, years later and at the urging of a poster inviting Ukrainians to Canada, Peter sold his small plot of land and hopped a boat to Quebec City. Regardless of where the seed of Budd Gardens Ltd. was planted, the true story began to unfold in Ottawa in 1913. It was then that Peter?having shortened his surname to Budd?met his wife Theresa, and the two joined forces to found a business that would end up thriving through most of the 1900s and into the new millennium. More than a century has passed since these events unfurled, and Peter and Theresa?s hard work and passion for gardening has been lovingly tended to and passed down through the Budd family, resting now with their grandsons, Don and David. The brothers immersed themselves in the business early on, piloting tractors around the farm at the tender age of 10, working each summer in the greenhouse, and selling the farm?s bounty at local markets. Today, the pair works tirelessly to maintain the same values of uncompromising attention to detail and customer service that were set forth by their grandparents decades ago. Budd Gardens Ltd.'s close-knit staff?comprised of family members and seasoned veterans who return to the gardens year after year?takes their work seriously, bustling about the sprawling farm to coax vibrant blooms and verdant plants forth from the soil. The knowledgeable team remains on hand throughout the day, offering up their horticultural prowess to help visitors choose suitable plants for their home gardens and to dole out advice, such as when to plant what or how to quash lawn-gnome uprisings. Though they are purveyors of numerous plants, including hardy field-grown perennials, their signature flora remains hostas, which, because they are sold in their juvenile stage, promise to yield years of greenery.
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    2832 Innes Rd.
    Gloucester, ON CA
  • Wine Garden
    Wineries are often found far down country roads, shrouded by the curling tendrils of their vineyards. At The Wine Garden, though, the entire winemaking experience can be had without setting foot outside of the city. Yeast bubbles busily in stainless-steel fermentation vessels, transforming the juices of grapes from fertile regions of Chile, Argentina, and California. The fermentation process yields wines that range from crisp chardonnay to heady cabernet franc, the progenitor of cabernet sauvignon, and oak barrels bestow some of the elixirs with a rich maze of tannins. Fruit wines made with peaches, cranberries, or strawberries make refreshing summertime drinks and help work friends mingle with hummingbird friends at parties. Patrons play a major role in the entire process, selecting grapes and siphoning finished wine into bottles. The Wine Garden's gourmets also brew craft beers and stock hot sauces with humourous names such as Blair's Chipotle Death Rain.
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    1501 Sieveright Rd
    Gloucester, ON CA